Hits: 432 Created on 08 November 2016 Written by green group Category: COMMUNITY
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To: Hon. Clarice Modeste-Curwen,

Minister for Tourism,

Botanical Gardens,

St. George's.

8th November, 2016

Dear Minister,

I read with relief and despair the article in New Today Friday Nov. 4th 2016 entitled 'Cruise Visitors Concerned over Indiscriminate Dumping.'   Relief that a minster has voiced concern in public, thus acknowledging the problem; despair that the littering continues, which is so off-putting to the environmentally aware travelling public. The swift return of litter to the rocks between the cruise port and the water taxi jetty since the clean-up is a disgrace; so, as you say, is the Carenage.

Read more: OPEN LETTER TO TOURISM MINISTER
 
Hits: 455 Created on 20 October 2016 Written by Prudence Greenidge Category: COMMUNITY
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GRENLEC CONTRIBUTES $160K FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PAVILION AND BLEACHERS AT LA BORIE PLAYING FIELD

St. George – Construction has started on a new pavilion at the La Borie Community Playing Field. Grenlec, under its Community Partnership Initiative, is contributing over one hundred and sixty thousand dollars to the project, which is scheduled to be completed in February 2017.

Read more: COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE
 
Hits: 389 Created on 14 October 2016 Written by Kelliann Waldron Category: COMMUNITY
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NEW GUARDRAIL FOR CORINTH GOVERNMENT SCHOOL

St. George - - At the start of the new school term, students of the Corinth Government School in St. David returned to find a newly installed, 200ft guardrail at the school which provides added safety for the students, teachers and visitors to the school by acting as a barrier between the schoolyard and the main road.

Read more: COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE
 
Hits: 441 Created on 18 October 2016 Written by Prudence Greenidge Category: COMMUNITY
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GRENLEC WARNS ABOUT SAFETY RISKS OF UNAUTHORISED RENEWABLE ENERGY INTERCONNECTIONS

St. George -- "Recently a number of customers have been found to have interconnected generation systems to Grenlec's network without authorisation, the vast majority being renewable energy systems. These unauthorised interconnections pose significant safety threats, including electrocution, to our staff and our customers, and could potentially damage our system." So said Collin Cover, General Manager of Grenlec, as he cautioned customers about the danger of connecting solar panels and other electrical generators to Grenlec's network without proper approval.

Read more: PLAY IT SAFE, PILGRIMS!
 
Hits: 478 Created on 10 October 2016 Written by genil reuben Category: COMMUNITY
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THE FIVE MARKS OF MISSION

St. George -- The Diocese of the Windward Islands will be holding its Thirty Sixth session of its Tri-Annual Synod here in Grenada from the 16th to the 21st October 2016 under the theme "As a Shoot from the Root: Mission from the Life of the Local Church". The Synod will bring together Delegates (Clergy and Laity) from the Diocese and a team of experts in various fields for prayers, bible study, reflection and planning on "The Five Marks of Mission of the Anglican Communion."

Read more: UPCOMING SYNOD
 

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